The agency further said that some senior leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) were also in the hit list of the militants.
Addressing a public meeting in Shahdadkot, Imran said that Asif Ali Zardari may contact Nawaz Sharif to save his theft and perhaps they both become brothers again. The killing is not only judicial: in Pakistan, people are also lynched if they say something a tinpot local vigilante, or just a small-time religious nut, or for that matter a guy who thinks you looked at his sister amusing, wish to view as disrespectful to the prophet, and the body count is not trivial.
The Supreme court has summoned Zardari, sister Faryal Talpur and others on July 9 in connection to 35 billion money-laundering scams.
Zardari is the widower of two-time prime minister Bhutto, who died in a 2007 suicide attack while campaigning.
32 people in connection with the case have been asked to appear before the court in connection to money laundering case.
He said Election Commission of Pakistan Secretary Babar Yaqoob had already informed the committee that there was a possibility of violence during the general elections scheduled for July 25, and directed that such alerts be taken seriously.
Ghafoor also dismissed any suggestion the military was forcing Sharif's supports to switch parties. Picture taken June 28, 2018.
Trial starts of technology which aims to catch drivers on the phone
Although the signs are unable to log offending number plates, such a feature is being considered for development in the future. The Council's Road Safety Team and local company Westcotec have worked together to develop and deploy the system.
The accusations echo those made by Sharif, who was convicted of corruption last week. He has said elements of the military are trying to deny his PML-N party a second term in office.
He is expected to be arrested when he returns to Pakistan on Friday to face his seven-year sentence.
Titled "Road to Naya Pakistan", the manifesto's primary point is to turn the country into an Islamic welfare state, a model the principles of which are followed in the Scandinavian countries, Khan was quoted as saying by Dawn online.
Responding to Sharif's accusation, army spokesman Maj.
Military spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor told a news conference that a total of 371,388 troops would be deployed inside and outside polling stations, some three times more than during the last election in 2013. "We don't have a loyalty", he said.
He has since repeatedly accused the military and judiciary of wanton political interference, and has said that intelligence agencies are pressuring his candidates to change their loyalties.